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What's that event in Hobo park by Key Bridge in Rosslyn?
  • Anonymous August 2, 2013 - 12:06 pm #82267 Reply

    Some of those homeless people can be really disgusting and nasty. I find them distasteful and don’t want to be around them.

    Still, they rank higher than novasteve.

    novasteve August 2, 2013 - 12:35 pm #82272 Reply

    Its not my business and there was no public nudity. As I said, It’s not illegal for a homeless guy to pitch a tent while scantily clad women are bending over, exercising.

    Hank August 2, 2013 - 1:16 pm #82276 Reply

    When a bunch of homeless guys pitch tents, we get Hoovervilles.

    Dezlboy August 2, 2013 - 3:12 pm #82397 Reply

    @NS wrote, “Its not my business and there was no public nudity. As I said, It’s not illegal for a homeless guy to pitch a tent while scantily clad women are bending over, exercising”

    Er, as a citizen it is your business. And as someone who rants against crime perpetrated  by the homeless you already have made it your business.  And, to quote you “touching itself on occasion in the genital area” in the manner you described is “public lewdness” and that is illegal.

    Interesting that you took no action especially as you have a great interest in protecting the public from the homeless.

    novasteve August 2, 2013 - 3:43 pm #82404 Reply

    Touching itself through clothing. Is it illegal to touch yourself if you are clothed? That’s like saying you can be arrested for wearing a sports bra in public, because you are really naked under the sports bra.

    wimmer201 August 2, 2013 - 4:09 pm #82405 Reply

    That’s like saying breathing cigarette smoke is like  listening to an unpleasant effeminate voice.

    Dezlboy August 2, 2013 - 7:48 pm #82416 Reply

    So once again NS complains, takes no action, and even excuses lewd public displays. Yes. It’s like saying an elf is the same as a troll.

    novasteve August 2, 2013 - 9:49 pm #82417 Reply

    how is it lewd if they aren’t naked? we have to deal with lots of unpleasantries in public, but not all are illegal. Did you hear me say lock homeless people up for any reason other than being violent? I walk by some of the stinkiest people on a daily basis and in a free society you don’t lock people up unless they break laws. It isn’t illegal to be stinky. It isn’t illegal to pitch a tent in public. However when you invite homeless people you increase the chances for crime due to the mental illness. Do you deny we had a homeless guy attempt to throw a molotove at Ballston mall?

    Dezlboy August 3, 2013 - 8:55 am #82418 Reply

    @NS asks, “how lewd are they if they aren’t naked?”

    Try this experiment. Stand on the sidewalk in front of the Arl Co Police Station. Do what you described the homeless as doing, which was  touch your genital area repeatedly with a big grin.  Call me from jail when you are arrested for public lewdness.  Then try to deny reality.

    But, you won’t. Because you never ever put your money where your mouth is.  All hat, no cattle.  Once again.

    bye.bye.bye.bye.bye.bye.bye.bye,bye.bye.

    Dezlboy August 6, 2013 - 8:49 am #82618 Reply

    @NS, still waiting for you to back up your  arguments with action……….See above two posts…..

    Anonymous August 6, 2013 - 10:10 am #82638 Reply

    “It’s not illegal for a homeless guy to pitch a tent while scantily clad women are bending over, exercising.”

    Nor for you to watch. Which you apparently were doing.

    Dezlboy August 6, 2013 - 12:51 pm #82693 Reply

    @NS, still waiting…….

    Dezlboy August 6, 2013 - 7:21 pm #82812 Reply

    @NS…..still waiting…..yes, it’s a two act play.

    Dezlboy August 7, 2013 - 10:58 am #82868 Reply

    @NS: still waiting for your response whether you will test whether groping yourself in public is against the law or not.  I guess you can’t turn this into a one sentence question? eh?

    ABN350F August 7, 2013 - 11:07 am #82872 Reply

    @NS Im assuming that you mean Gateway Park with your disparaging hobo remark.  Why dont you stop down there some Sunday when the volunteers are providing meals to the homeless and have a discussion with one or two of these people so you can really understand their circumstances? Maybe then you wouldn’t make fun of their situation.

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